The SEACEN Centre published the inaugural issue of the SEACEN Financial Stability Journal (“Journal” or “SFSJ”) on 20 October 2013, a major new strategic initiative approved by the SEACEN Board of Governors.

The Journal has a unique mandate – it is intended to advance thought leadership and collaboration on financial stability matters among SEACEN member central banks, contextualised to the Asia-Pacific region.  While there are numerous high-quality research journals devoted to economics and monetary policy, very few publications focus on practical  implementation issues related to promoting financial stability and systemic risk management from a central bank/monetary authority perspective.

Central banks’ efforts to promote financial stability will continue to evolve. The Journal will provide central bankers/monetary authorities, financial institutions regulators and policymakers with valuable insights and practical, actionable information on crucial issues pertaining to financial stability to assist this evolution.

The Journal is published on-line. Subscriptions are available to the public at no cost through the following link.

The Journal’s Editorial Board will accept articles that advance thought leadership in financial stability matters, from both expert staff at SEACEN member central banks as well as from non-SEACEN member subject matter experts. Article submission guidelines are linked here.

 


 

For any enquiries on SEACEN Journal, please contact:

 

The Communications Unit
The South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) 
Research and Training Centre
Level 5, Sasana Kijang
Bank Negara Malaysia
2 Jalan Dato’ Onn
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

Tel : (603) 9195 1832
Facsimile : (603) 9195 1801, 9195 1802, 9195 1803
E-mail : enquiries(at)seacen(dot)org

 

 

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